Students: Get $ 50 tickets for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020

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<pre><pre>Students: Get $ 50 tickets for TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020

Are you a student fascinated by robots and the AI ​​that drives them? Do you live in close proximity to UC Berkeley? Ready to learn from the best minds and decision makers in the field? Then we would like to welcome you on March 3rd at TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 in the Zellerbach Hall of UC Berkeley.

We are investing in the next generation of decision-makers by making our one-day conference particularly affordable. Buy your $ 50 student ID here.

If you are not familiar with our robotics / AI session, listen. It's a full day with interviews, panel discussions, questions and answers, workshops and demos. And everything is dedicated to these two technologies that are changing the world. Last year we received 1,500 participants. We talk about the top executives, founders, investors, technologists, executives and engineering students in the industry.

As a student you will rub your elbows with the big ones. You have enough time to learn and network. Who knows? You can tear off the pants of the right person and do an internship, find a first-class job – or find the co-founder of your dreams.

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You will hear from our great speakers, including Eric Migicovsky (Y Combinator), Kelly Chen (DCVC) and Dror Berman (Innovation Endeavors). You will also hear from numerous founders, including experts in agriculture, construction and human robotics. And that's just for starters.

Below are some more examples of presentations that you can find in our program:

  • Funding the next generation of robotics startups: Robotics and AI are the future of many or most industries, but the entry barrier is still difficult for many startups to overcome. Joshua Wilson (co-founder and CEO of Freedom Robotics) and Scott Phoenix (co-founder and CEO of Vicarious) will discuss the challenges of caring for robotics startups and companies that need robotics work, from startups to large companies.
  • Live demo from Stanford Robotics Club: Without the opportunity to see robots in action, it wouldn't be a robotics conference. We'll give you cover.
  • Pitch Night Pitch-off finalists: Early stage companies selected by TechCrunch editors will step on stage and have five minutes to showcase their goods.
  • Save humanity from AI: UC Berkeley's Stuart Russell, in his acclaimed new book "Human Compatible," argues that AI will fail human beings unless technologists fundamentally reform how they create AI algorithms.

TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020 will take place on March 3rd. We make the event affordable for students because without it there will be no future technology. Invest $ 50 in your morning – buy your student ticket today and visit us in Berkeley!

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